Sunday, February 28, 2010
The Role of Glutathione in your Body
MaxGXL Facts "The Glutathione Accelerator"
Supplements Facts Serving size 3 Capsule
Amount Per Serving % Daily Value
Vitamin C(as Calcium Ascorbate USP) 250 mg 417%
L Glutamine 750 mg *
N-Acetyl Cysteine (NAC) 375 mg *
Alpha Lipoic Acid 75 mg *
Proprietary GSH Absorption &
Recycling Blend:Cordyceps,N-Acetyl 488 mg *
Extract(Silybum Mariamum)80% Silimarin
Other Ingredients:Gelatin Capsules
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GLUTATHIONE (GSH) in Our Body
Glutathione...(pronounced'gloota-thigh-own')is the body's essential health
ABC's-Antioxidant,Blood Booster and Cell Detoxifier.
It is a tripeptide composed of glutamic,cysteine and glycine.Glutathione is found in every cells in the body,including the bile,the epithelial lining fluid of the lungs,and at much smaller concentrations-in the blood.
Glutathione is the smallest intracellular proteinthiol(molecule containing an S-H or Sulfhydryl group) molecule in the cells.This characteristic emphasizes its potent antioxidant action and supports a multifaceted thiol exchange system,which regulates cell activity.This small protein,produced naturally in the body,maintains these three crucial protective functions.
In fact,your life depends on glutathione.Without it,your cells would disintegrate from unrestrained oxidation,your body would have little resistance to metabolic acids,and your liver would shivel up from eventual accumulation of acidic toxins.
Glutathione is not yet a household word.Even some medical and holistic doctors who have heard the term may still have only vague idea of what it is.However,everyone will soon be taking about this critical non-nutrative substance.
There was a time when only scientists had heard of cholesterol and vitamins,but today,everyone knows about them.Now the magnificence of glutathione is becoming known.
In the last five years,over 25,000 medical articles about this substance have been published,and the scientific understanding of glutathione is gradually becoming common knowledge.
Each and every cell in the body is responsible for its own supply of glutathione and must have the necessary raw materials in order to produce it.
Glutathione is always in great demand and rapidly consumed when we experience any sort of emotional or physical stress,fatigue and even moderate exercise.
Some Well-Known Causes of Glutathione Depletion are as Follows:
1)Acidic lifestyle and diet
2)Air and Water pollution
3)Prescription and recreational drugs
4)Ultraviolet and Radiation from cellphones,computers,electrical cars,
power lines,hair dryers,etc.
5)Emotional and physical stress
6)Injury,trauma or burns
10)Exhaust from motor vehicles
All these above factors lead to a build up of acidic toxins that cause the loss of glutathione as a non-nutrative buffer leading to cellular aging,disease and finally death.
Why is Glutathione Essential to Health?
Glutathione's three major roles in the body are summarized by the letters A-B-C
These are the three critical processes driven by glutathione.
The Master Antioxidant
Over the past thirty years,researchers have explored the role of antioxidants in good health as well as the treatment and prevention of diseases involving oxidation or fermentation by metabolic acids.
Well known and widely used antioxidants such as vitamin A,vitamin E, and Selenium neutralize acid.They occur naturally in nature,but not in the body.They must introduced as part of a balanced diet.
Given the critical role of antioxidants in good health,it is not surprising that the body itself manufactures its own natural oxidants.
The most important of these is glutathione.Because all the other antioxidants depend upon the presence of glutathione to function properly,scientist call it 'the master antioxidant'.
Glutathione binds to toxins,forming a water-soluble complex-which is ultimately excreted in the urine or bile as waste.
FOOD For The BLOOD
Elevated glutathione levels enable the body to produce more white blood cells.White blood cells are the body's garbage collectors and are the most important cells for maintaining sterility of the body fluids.
Glutathione plays a central role in the proper function of the white blood cells.Dr. Bustavo Boubous,a leading glutathione expert,says,'The limiting factor in the proper activity of our lymphocytes(the white blood cells)is the availability of glutathione'.In other words ,healthy growth and activity of the white blood cells depends upon glutathione's availability.Put simply,glutathione is 'food' for the white blood cells.
Whether we know it or not,we are continually inhaling and ingesting natural and synthetic acidic toxins.They are unavoidable in these modern times both in our polluted cities and our poorly engineered food supplies.When the body has the health and nourishment it needs,it works tirelessly to eliminate acidic toxins and to protect itself.But,increasing levels of invironmental pollution are depleting the body's store of glutathione and more rapidly.
Our main organ of detoxification of acidic waste products is the lymphatic system and the liver.This is the body's most concentrated source of glutathione.
Studies show that low glutathione levels lead to poor lymphatic and liver function,causing more and more acidic toxins to circulate through the body and resulting in damage to individual cells and organs.
Medical doctors today routinely use glutathione-promoting drugs to detoxify victims of certain types of drug overdose.
GUTATHIONE NATURAL MEDICINE
Practitioners of complementary and alternative medicine(CAM)have long advocated the use of milk thistle for liver problems.It turns out that this herb works by modestly elevating glutathione levels.The mineral selenium also produces subtle elevations in glutathione by becoming integrated into glutathione peroxidase.
GLUTATHIONE IN TRADITIONAL MEDICINE
Emergency medical doctors,toxicologists and lung and liver especialist are well acquainted with glutathione's therapeutic uses.American physicians seeking ways to raise a patient's glutathione levels can open the standard Physician's Desk Reference(PDR)and find two options-the pharmceutical drugs sold under the names of Parlodex and Mocumyst,and the natural dietary supplement found in natural foods stores derived from whey protein isolate.
DRUGS THAT RAISE GLUTATHIONE LEVELS
Pharmaceutical drugs like Procystein,OTC,OTX,Glutathione monoesters and Glutathione diester have been use to raise gluthatione levels.However,they all produce side effects and are unsuitable for long term use.
This pharmaceutical non-nutritive chemical is used to break up mucus in lung diseases such as cystic fibrosis,chronic bronchitis and asthma.It remais the standard treatment for acetaminophen overdose.
GLUTATHIONE IN HEALTH AND DISEASE
It is believed that glutathione has an important role to play in the prevention and treatment of disease.It may in the future to be considered as important to health as an alkaline diet,exercise and alkaline lifestyle.Clinical tests show that raised glutathione levels may address some of the eight major health issues of our time:
-Prevents Heart Disease...Shimizu H,Kiyohara Y,Kitazono T,Kubo M,Ibayashi S,Fufishima M,Lida M,Relationship Between Plasma Glutathione Levels and Cardiovascular Disease in a Defined Population:Hisyama Study.Stroke.2004 Sept;35(9):2072-7.
-Prevent stroke...Paterson PG,Juurlink BH.Nutritional Regulation of Glutathione in Stroke.Neurtox Res.1999 Dec;1(2):99-112
-Prevents Atherosclerosis...Coppola L,Grassia A,Giunta R.Glutathione Improves Hemostatic and Hemorrheological Parameters in Atherosclerotic Subject.Drugs Exp.Clin Res 1992 18:493-98
-Prevents reperfusion injury
Cancer causing polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs)have been found to alter levels of glutathione compounds in experiments,which may alter the body's resistance to certain types of cancer.
Glutathione deficiencies have been linked to many forms of cancer:
-Prevents cancerous tissue
-Suppresses tumor growth
-Acids-retards oxidative stress
-Prevents wasting disease
-Eases side effects of chemotheraphy and radiotheraphy
Glutathione is the most efficient free radical (acid) scavenger in the airways,and dozens of studies have confirmed that free radical(acid)damage is the primary player in Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease.Rahman 1,MacNee W.Oxidative Sress and Regulation of Glutathione in Lung Inflamation.Eur Respir J.2000 Sep;16(3):534-53.
-Cystic Fibrosis...Glutathione neutralized harmful oxidants introduced into the lungs or those released by cells.Exotoxins from bacteria can overload the endobronchial terrain and feed the fires of acidic inflamation.This staggering burden increases the oxidative sensitivity of the CF lung,resulting in further injury of lung parenchyma.Data supports evidence of a decrease in the antioxidant tri-peptide glutathione(Roum JH,Buhi R,McElvaney NG,et al.Systemic Deficiency of Glutathione in Cystic Fibrosis.J Appl Physiol 1993;75:19-24)
-Emphysema ...Lamson,David,MD,Grignall,Matthew,ND.The use of Nebulized Glutathione in the Treatment of Emphysema:A Case Report.Altern Med Review.5(5);429-431,2000 Oct.
Glutathione is critically important to our brain as it is the most important brain antioxidants.Glutathione helps preserve brain tissue by preventing damage from free radicals(acids)
In addition to quenching dangerous acids,glutathione also acts to recycle vitamin E which also has the ability to reduce acidity in the brain (Perlmutter D.,Brain Recovery.com July 2004,5th ed:13)
-Autism...Medical literature documents that an out-fection can lead to lowering of glutathione which participates in detoxification,interacts with metallothioneins,and supports many crucial aspects of immunity.A link between glutathione and autism regression may derive from the fact that transient or chronic intestinal problems can impair an infant's or toddler's nutritional status,thereby minimizing the levels of amino-acids required for the production of glutathione(McCandless,J.Children With Starving Brains.2003,2nd ed;252)
-Parkinson's Disease...Glutathione helps to preserve brain tissue by preventing damage from free radicals(acids) and destructive chemicals formed by the normal process of metabolism,toxic elements in the environment,and as a normal response of the body to challenges by acidic agents or other stresses.With the understanding that glutathione is important for brain protection and that this protection many be lacking in the brains of Parkinson's clients due to glutathione deficiency,it can be seen as very beneficial.(Di Monte DA,Cahn P,Sandy MS.Glutathione in Parkinson's Disease:A Link Between Oxidative Stress and Mitochondrial Damage?An Neurol.32 Suppl;S111-115,1992)
-Alzheimer's Disease...Woltjer,R.L.,Hgheim W.,Maezawa I.,Vaisar T,Montine K.S.,Montine T.J.,Role of Glutathione in Intracellular Amyloid-Alpha Recursor Protein/Carboxy-Terminal Fragment Aggregation and Associated Cytotoxicity.J Neurochem.2005 May;93(4):1047-56.
-Huntington's Disease...Choo Y.S.,Mao Z,Johnson GV,Lesort M.Increased Glutathione Levels In Cortical Striatal Mitochondria of the R6/2 Huntingtin's Disease Mouse Model.Neuroscience Letter.2005 Sept 23;386(1):63-8.
-Multiple Sclerosis...Calabrese V,Scapaginini G,Ravagna A,Bella R,Butterfield DA,Calvani M,Pennisi G,Giuffrida Stella AM.Disruption of 6 Thiol Homeostasis and Nitrostative Stress in the Cerebrospinal Fluid of Patients with Active Multiple Sclerosis:Evidence for a Protective Role of Acetylcarnitine.2003 Sept;28(9):1321-8.Mann CL,Davies MB,AlderseaJ,Fryer AA,Jones PK,Ko Ko C,Young C,Strange RC,Hawkins CP.Glutathione S-Transferase Polymorphisms in MS:Their Relationship to Disability.Neurology 2000 Feb 8;54(3):542-7.
-Als...Tohgi H,Abe T,Yamazaki K,Murata T,Ishizake E,Isobe C.Increase in Oxidized Products and Reduction in Oxidized Glutathione in Cerborospinal Fluid from Patients with Sporadic Form of Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis.Neurosci Lett.1999 Feb 5;260(3):204-6.
-Cancers of Aging
-Osteoarthritis...Hammarqvist F,Lou JL,Cotgreave IA,Andersson K,Wernerman J.Skeletal Muscle Glutathione is Depleted in Critically 111 Patients.Crit Care Med.25(1):78-84 1997 Jan.
-Detoxifies certain drug overdoses-Acetaminophen has been shown to reduce glutathione production,thus paving the way to enhanced brain destruction by metabolic acids.(Perlmutter D.July 2004,5th ed:108)
-Detoxifies substances in cigarette smoke and auto exhaust-Rahman 1,MacNee W.
LUNG GLUTATHIONE and OXIDATIVE STRESS:
Implications in Cigarette Smoke-Induced Airway Disease.Am J Physiol.277(6Pt 1);1067-88,1999 Dec.
-Detoxifies pollutants including heavy metals and pesticides.Elevated glutathione levels have been shown to protect tissue form lipid peroxidation created by exposure to a certain metals.Consider infusions of glutathione to relieve the body burden of both neurotoxins and metal toxicity ,including mercury.(Foster,JS.Kane PC,Speight N.The Detoxx Book.2002;90)
-Prevents hearing loss from noise pollution
-Detoxifies many well-known carcinogens
-Anti-viral for AIDS,hepatitis,herpes,etc.-Low glutathione levels in HIV clients may contribute to their immune deficiency since glutathione plays an important role in the function of lymphocytes require adequate levels of glutathione in order to function normally,and HIV includes oxidative stress that depletes the cells of glutathione.
Townsend DM,Tew KD,Tapero H.
The Importance of Glutathione in Human Disease.
Biomed Pharmacother.2003 May-June;57(3-4):145-55.
Droge W,Holm E.Role of Cysteine and Glutathione in HIV
Infection and other Diseases Associated with Muscle Wasting and
Immunological Dysfunction.FASEB J,11(13):1077-89 1997 Nov.
Lyme Dis-ease...Lyme dis-ease is a serious complex multi-system acidic inflammatory condition that is triggered by bacterial exotoxins.Glutathione helps to remove exotoxic and/or mycotoxic acids by forming a soluble compound with them,which can then be excreted through the urine or gut.(Can Glutathione Help Lyme Disease Suffers?
Excerp from:The Glutathione Report:Optimal Health with the Master Antioxidant,Issue 4,Volume 1,May 2004)
-Chronic fatigue syndrome...An article in the journal of Medical Hypothesis proposed that glutathione,an antioxidant essential for lymphocyte function,may be depleted in Chronic Fatigue Syndrome patients.Glutathione is needed for both the immune system and for aerobic muscular contraction.The authors proposed that glutathione depletion by an activated immune system also causes the muscular fatigue and myalgia associated with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome(Bounous et al.1999).
-Decreases recovery time from physical stress
-Supports hemoglobin in kidney failure
-Diabetes...The blood and tissue of diabetics are marked by critical low glutathione levels.Glutathione depletion may have adverse consequences in diabetic clients independent of glycemic control,and it may weaken the defense against oxidative stress.
De Mattia G,Bravi MC,Laurenti O,Cassone-Faldetta M,Armiento A,Ferri C,Falsano F.Influence of Reduced Glutathione Infusion on Glucose Metabolism in Patients with Non-Insulin Dependent Diabetes Mellitus.Metabolism.1998 Aug;47(8):433-8.
Glutathione provides the body with tools to fight off these threats naturally.Healthy people also benefit from elevated glutathione levels through an enhanced ability to fight off acidic toxins,dis-ease,pre-cancerous cells and the aging process itself.Diminished glutathione levels are a symptom of aging and are particularly evident in such ailments as Parkinson's disease and Alzheimer's disease.
Glutathione is also important to physical active people.Many world-class athletes are discovering that well-maintained glutathione levels gives them the edge over their competitors,bringing greater strenght and endurance,decreased recovery time from injury,less muscle pain and fatigue,and muscle-promoting activity.
PUTTING IT ALL TOGETHER
1)Medical science is still ascertaining all the critical roles played by glutathione in disease resistance and general good health.Clinical evidence links low glutathione levels to the most common illnesses of our time as well as newly emerging diseases.
2)As an essential aid to health,glutathione works as the master antioxidant in our body,optimizes the white blood cells and detoxifies a long list of pollutants and carcinogens or acids.The best way to raise glutathione levels is by eating foods that are high in glutathione such as avocados.
3)Pharmaceutical medicines hs created drugs that do this very effectively.They have their uses in critical situations.But they also have side effects and repeated use is clearly inadvisable.
It is well known that aging is accompanied by a precipitous fall in glutathione levels.Lower glutathione levels are implicated in many diseases associated with aging including Cataracts,Alzheimer's,Parkinson's,Atherosclerosis and others.
Journal of Clinical Epidemiolgy 47:1021-26,1994.
Antioxidants are well documented and known to play vital roles in health maintenance and disease prevention.Glutathione is your cell's own major antioxidant.Maintaining elevated glutathione aids the body's natural antioxidant function.
Biochemical Pharmacology 47:2114-2123,1994
Low glutathione levels have been associated with neuro-degenerative diseases such as MS(Multiple Sclerosis)ALS(Lou Gehrig's Disease),Alzheimer's and Parkinson's.
The Lancet 344:796-798,1994.
Glutathione plays a role in eliminating many carcinogens/acids and also maintains and optimizes white blood cell function while providing stronger anti-acidic/antitumor defenses.
Cancer Letters 57:91-94,1991
Raised glutathione levels help increase strenght and endurance.Those interested in physical fitness can benefit from a definite athletic edge.
Journal of Applied Physiology 87:1381-1385,1999.
TOXINS,POLLUTION and RADIATION
Glutathione detoxifies a variety of pollutants,carcinogens and poisons including many found in fuel exhaust and cigarette smoke.It also retards damage from radiation exposure due to the eroding ozone layer.
Annual Reviews of Biochemistry 52:711-760,1983
Glutathione levels correspond to poor survival of AIDS patients.Much documentation demonstrates the role of enhanced glutathione levels in AIDS.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Science ,USA 94:1967-72,1997
HEART DISEASE,STROKE and CHOLESTEROL
Raised glutathione levels fight the oxidation of fats circulating in the bloodstream including cholesterol,retarding the process of plaque formation in the arteries leading to most heart attacks and strokes.
Nutrition Reviews 54:1-30,1996
Diabetics are more prone to 'out-fections' and circulatory problems leading to heart disease,kidney failure and blindness.Glutahione protects against complications of diabetes.
Clinical Science 91:575-582,1996.
Doctors have used glutathione-promoting drugs to treat many lung diseases including asthma,chronic bronchitis and emphysema.New and potentially therapeutic roles can be found for cigarette smoke damage,pulmonary fibrosis and other illnesses.
American Journal of Medical Science 307:119-127,1994
Glutathione protects the body from inflammation of gastritis,stomach ulcers,pancreatitis and inflammatory bowel disease including ulcerative colitis and Crohn's disease
The liver is the major storehouse for glutathione.Glutathione is impaired in alcohol hepatitis as well as in viral (acidic)hepatitis including hepatitis A,B and C.Raised glutathione levels help restore liver function.
American Journal of Gastroenterology 91:2569-2573,1996.
Those with kidney failure or on dialysis suffer from high levels of oxidative(acidic) stress and decreased glutathione levels.Raised glutathione levels help prevent anemia.
PREGNANCY ,LACTATION and CHILDBIRTH
Glutahione's role in fetal and placental development is critical.It also acts in the placenta to detoxify pollutants before they can reach the developing child.Many complications of pregnancy have been link with poor glutathione levels.
Early Human Development 37:167-174,1994
Important: These statements have not been evaluated by Food and Drug Administration.These products are not intended for use in the treatment of any disease.
MaxGXL Glutathione Accelerator was...Created by a World-Renowned Immunologist and Medical Researcher:
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Robert H. Keller has been named one of the world’s 2,000 Outstanding Scientists of the 21st Century. He has served on the scientific review panels for the National Institutes of Health and the Veterans Administration, and on the faculties of the Mayo Graduate School of Medicine, the University of Wisconsin, and the Medical College of Wisconsin (Marquette University). The Consumers’ Research Council named him one of America’s Top Physicians in 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006 and 2007 in the fields of Internal Medicine. Immunology, and Hematology.
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Former Major League baseball player and current Roadrunners Team Manager Cory Snyder said, "I believe my team has really benefited. The pitchers recover quicker from their outings, and I still can throw batting practice every day and feel no discomfort or stress on my arm."
Anonymous - Week of: 05/05/2008 - "No fatigue or soreness, even with little sleep. With MaxGXL, even when I get only a few hours of sleep at night, the next day I am alert and ready to start the day. Also, I am an avid stand up paddle surfer, which is an intense core workout. Even after paddle surfing for several hours, my recovery is quick and I feel no soreness in my muscles."
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Lee Hemminger, Bar Harbor, Maine - In July of 2007 just prior to my son's wedding, I was diagnosed with lymphoma They did a lumpectomy as the tumors were under the skin around my neck and upper back area. Upon biopsy they learned that the cells had metastasized from somewhere, but after months of testing they could never locate the origination point of the cancer within my body. January through April of this year, I underwent extra heavy doses of both chemo and radiation, with no opportunity to treat it in a localized manner. I don't think I need to go into much detail on how chemo and radiation affects a person, especially in the dose levels I received. I was given a list of items from my radiologist and oncologist, like getting back any sense of smell, regenerating my taste buds, getting rid of the aches in my muscles and joints etc. that they said would take at least 2 years to make progress in because of the significant treatment levels I received. I have strong faith, as my wife and I are ministers and I faced the challenge with the strength the good Lord gave me, but I can't deny the physical and emotional toll that it all took on me. In May, I began taking a product called MaxGXL. It was sent to me by my sister, who was battling her own war against primary liver cancer. I had pretty immediate and significant results. My energy, and sleep were greatly enhanced. People began to comment about how good I looked. And as of a few weeks ago, that list I mentioned earlier, well I've checked off the big stuff. Even my doctors are amazed at my progress. I know that God was the driving force in getting this product into my hands, but I thank my sister for being the vehicle he used!
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Holly Lorette - I am from Prescott, Arizona. Allow me to tell you a little about myself. Ten years ago (1997 Oct 20) I came down with Chronic Fatigue and some time after Fibromyalgia. It took about 2 years for these conditions to run their course. My Chronic Fatigue was caused by being on the wrong thyroid medication. After getting on the correct medication, I improved some, but still had residual symptoms. I would get wiped out really easily and had very little energy. I started the MaxGXL in June of 2008. I now have more energy than I have had in my whole adult life! About 5 years ago I also started having allergies and now they are gone. My brain fog is so much improved to that I feel the Max has given me my old personality back. I'm happy, fun loving and joking all the time. I have good energy all day and I don't fade in the afternoon. No more coffee in the morning just to get me going and none in the afternoon to get me through the end of the day. Since my early 20's I've been a bit of a vitamin nut. I took a great multi but had to add more vitamin c, e, alpha lepoic acid, colostrum, garlic, etc as my conditions progressed. You get the picture? I would take a fist full in the morning and more at bedtime. I would get a little jealous when a friend would say that they had started something new and they had all this energy. That would never happen to me . . . until I tried the Max products! N Fuse is a bioavailably delivered vitamin and mineral supplement using oral nano-technology. With N Fuse and GXL, now I know what everyone else was raving about. The boost in energy is amazing! I am assimilating more of the vitamins and minerals then I ever have before, and my glutathione level has raised substantially - I know this because I can feel the difference.
Gary & Sally Newton - "I have Fibromyalgia, Osteo Arthritis, Diabetes and Degenerative Disc disease. Most of my issues have been passed down from my parents. From the 3rd day of starting the Maxgxl I noticed an increase in energy. After a week my pain level had dropped significantly. I was noticing my hands being more flexible and my knees hurting less. I have been able to increase my daily walk from a mile to over 3 miles in the 3 1/2 weeks since I started. I have so much more energy and my spirit and moods are GREAT! This has been wonderful for me to feel this good again. It has been 20 years since I have had the energy and joy I have now. With my pain level reduced I feel like smiling all day and have been able to reduce 2 med's for my pain and stiffness and 1 med for my Diabetes. I notice that I can think more clearly and I feel 20 years younger. I had bunion surgery on my foot just before I started the MaxGXL. This was the 2nd time I have had the surgery. My recuperation time was cut in half. I was back in shoes is 3 weeks and it was 2 months before I could wear a regular shoes the first time. Amazing! * My husband is a contractor and has used his body hard for 45 years. He has been on the MaxGXL for the same amount of time as me. He calls them his "happy" pill. He has had much less pain in his hands and knees since he started GXL. The main thing he noticed is that he used to be in bed by 8 at nite and sleep thru the nite till 7 AM. Now he is able to stay up later and wake us refreshed earlier in the day. The stamina he has received during the day has been amazing. He used to come home at noon and have to take pain med's and a nap during lunch. He now plays with the Grandkids and takes no pain meds. Some of the side affects of his Diabetes medicines have been reduced as well since he started taking MAX. He loves the good feelings and never misses a dose. We are truly living younger and stronger with the MaxGXL. We feel as we continue to take the Max we will be able to reduce our Med's even more. Thank you for giving us our joy and health back!"
Jackie Brent, Chino Valley, Arizona - Before I started on MaxGXL, I had tremendous pain in my legs. My knees and lower legs were always swollen and walking was uncomfortable enough; but getting up the stairs took a huge effort and going down the stais I clutched the railing for support, and was always fearful of falling! In just a couple weeks on GXL both the swelling and pain dininished. Now I rarely swell, and if I do, it is gone by morning. You can't imagine what the diminishment of pain has done for my quallity of life along with the increased mobility. After a month on the product I could walk up the stairs without pulling myself. After two months on the product I could walk down the stairs without event holding on to the railing. What a gift. Add to that the extra energy and focus that the product provides which helps me handle working from 3:00am to 9:00pm almost daily between my job and two side businesses and it is easy to see just how much my quality of life has increased!
Julie Malamut, Glendale, Arizona - MaxGXL has done so many wonderful things for me. My skin, hair, and nails look healthier. My energy level is wonderful--I'm not a zombie all day long. I sleep better at night. I've lost more weight because it eliminates inflammation and toxicity. I'm in a size 6 everything and on my way down to a four which is where I think I'll be done! It's exciting!! Overall, I FEEL so much better because of the toxic elimination and reduction of inflammation. It heals at the cellular level. So, things are healing that have never healed. For instance, my MRI's on my back for the last 7 years have shown a great amount of degeneration in discs in low back as well as minimal disc space due to what Dr's say was trauma as a child (carrying things too heavy for my body--boxes, perhaps?). Recently, I had an MRI on my spine and a neurosurgeon from Barrow Nuerological said that my spine looked like a woman in young 20's. It's healthy--there are no signs of degeneration and the disc space looks good. To me, this is INCREDIBLE! God has answered a great many prayers through this instrument."
David Brent, Chino Valley, Arizona> - I experienced a heart attack prior to staring on MaxGXL. I was having a hard time with my recovery and having been taking a substantial amount of medication. After being on Max for a few months, I had an overall checkup by my doctor. It was a funny day when I went in for my follow-up on the tests. My doctor kept looking at the test results and saying "wow, this is really good" then a few minutes later he would do it again, and again. He was stunned at the change in my health. Since taking the GXL, my dependance on the medication has dropped substantially. I have more energy to work my day job plus two side businesses, and never poop out! My moods are better (according to my wife) and I am more relaxed in social situations. What an impact Max has made on me!
Dave, Glendale, Arizona - I am a type one diabetic, having suffered from the disease for decades. My treatment cycle required at least 4 insulin injections a day. I began taking MaxGXL at the end of May 2008. By the end of June my insulin requirements had dropped to one shot a day and by mid to end July I was able to discontinue regular injections. Only a diabetic can understand how life changing this is. My energy level has increased dramatically. I've lost almost 50 pounds and I don't hurt like I used to. I am dedicated to MaxGXL.
Shirley King, Seligman, Arizona - My life and health were a mess. My myriad of diagnoses are fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue, chemical sensitivities, hypothyroidism, arthritis, degenerative disc disease and depression. My day revolved around taking the next pain pill, 10 mg of Vicodin, 5 times a day. I needed 10-11 hours of sleep or more every day. I was desperate to reduce my dependency on narcotics and improve my quality of life and prayed for a miracle. God sent me that miracle in the form of MaxGXL and MaxN'Fuze. I felt some effect within an hour of the first dose. Within 5 weeks I had reduced my pain medication by more than half and my energy level had increased dramatically. Now, after 3 months on the products, I've been able to greatly reduce or eliminate my pain medication, inflammatory medication, sleep medication, thyroid medication and most of my other supplements. I have incredible energy and now need only 6-8 hours of sleep. My mental clarity is improving and my mood has elevated to a level that has amazed those around me. Things that stressed me before now roll off of me like water off of a duck's back. I am a walking miracle! I've lost some weight and more inches and expect great results as I start on MaxWXL. I signed up as a distributor when I started the Max products because I needed to sell them to be able to buy them for myself. My income from Max has already well exceeded the cost of my own supply and growing! It's wonderful to increase my own financial security by simply being a messenger to help improve the health and lives of others. What a blessing to be able to look forward to even greater health, happiness and prosperity! I thank God for sending Max through my dear friend Karen and for giving me a new life in such a remarkably short time!
Zack Colman, Tempe, Arizona - I am a Junior at Arizona State University in the Graphic Design program. Since I can remember, I have always had a tendency to depress easily and dwell on the negative side of things. Graphic Design is my passion and I love what I do, but earlier this year, it really threw a curve ball at me. In February of this year, I along with my fellow students, had to re-apply to the upper division portion of the College of Design. Only some of us would be accepted and it was an intimidating experience for most of us. My mom took out a large loan and bought me high-grade equipment that I would need, upon acceptance, to complete my course of study. As the semester drew to a close, I needed a certain grade point average and standing in order to even have my application considered. At this point in my studies, we don't take tests, but have to professionally and impactfully present our design work in front of heads of the departments at ASU. My presentations were scheduled for May 1st and 2nd. On April 30, I came home to pull all my work together for the presentations, only to come home to find my house had been robbed. All my equipment AND thus my WORK - GONE! I felt like my entire future had been flushed down the toilet! I didn't see any way I could overcome the hand that had been dealt to me. It seemed hopeless. But I didn't give up, and over the next 48 hours I worked my tail off. During that time, my mom pumped me with MaxGXL. She said it would help with my energy, my focus and clarity and help me deal with the stress of what I was facing. She was right. On less then 5 hours of sleep in 48 hours, I pulled it off. According to her I even had a lilt in my step and a twinkle in my eye! I received my letter of acceptance to upper division in July and am now pursuing my life's dream. I know that Max GXL played a major role in helping me face that insurmountable challenge. I've continued taking it since and notice major differences in how I view the world - I'm much more positive!
Remko Y - "I myself have noticed an increased level of energy, less tiredness and a solid sleep after 9 hours at work and 4 hours working at home; a defenate positive impact. I am taking 3 packs a day. MaxGXL works for me!"
Tom Colman, Chino Valley, Arizona - For the last few years, I have been lamenting about being in my 50's and complaining about what growing older steals from our everyday lives. Believe, me energy is underrated! I started taking MaxGXL in August of 2008 and wow, I feel years younger. My energy level is so increased I feel like I'm 30! The energy could more accurately be called an increase in endurance, because I can work all day, in my yard, doing manual labor, and in the evening still be raring to go! I've lost over 30 pounds and my focus and clarity have really increased. I can do more, and I can make better choices. It's not just because we are getting older . . . . there are answers out there to improve our quality of life, even in our later years. Thanks Max!
Margaret Lester, Chino Valley, AZ - I started to take MaxGXL at the end of May 2008. I immediately noticed an increase in energy and mental focus! I feel like I am much better balanced both physically and emotionally! It's great!
Theresa Kresge, Glendale, AZ - When I was first introduced to Max GXL back in May my thought was: I am healthy, I eat good and try to do all the right things, I don't think I need this, but I think it could be great for certain people with specified problems. My sister insisted I try the product and see if it made any difference for me......... so I tried a week supply of MaxGXL. It was my very first week off at the end of the school year and I had big plans for landscaping my yard. I began by digging all the Bermuda grass roots out of my yard where I planned to lay flagstone and crushed granite. After a week of digging, with the soil prepared I positioned and seated approximately 130 pieces of flagstone (some pretty sizable) followed by shoveling the majority of 13 ton of crushed granite myself. I was very concerned that I would be really hurting each night by the time bed time rolled around, as I had been dealing with sciatica issues the last couple of years. But...... I was pain free!!! I also noticed that in spite of my regular dip in energy at about 10:30 am and 1:30 pm each day, my energy level remained consistent through the day, all day. I was impressed...my introduction to Max GXL has proved to be an encouraging experience. Oh, very important, within a week the swelling was down in my hand, which I haven't been able to fully close for years, because of arthritis, and I had no pain and full use of it! Yes a very encouraging experience indeed!
Wanda Bacus, Chino Valley, AZ - My energy level increased dramatically within a matter of days on the product. I can't believe the difference in how different I feel!
"My name is Mickey Branum and I'm a 52 year old female living in Midlothian, Texas, which is just south of Dallas. I have had Multiple Sclerosis for 30 years. Initially doctors didn't know what was wrong with me since all the tests they ran indicated everything was normal. However, my body was still getting numb; I began to not be able to move my fingers very well and they started to curl up. After a couple of months of seeing different doctors and taking all kinds of medications, I began to not be able to hold a brush in my hand, to not be able to sit up and then one morning to wake up and fall flat on my face in my hospital room because my legs no longer worked, my neurologist decided to give me high doses of steroids in my I.V. After a few days I began to get the use of my hands and legs again, but my body remained numb all over. After the MRI machine was developed in the early 80's, I was officially diagnosed with relapsing/remitting M.S. Over the next 20+ years I would have strange symptoms with my body which would either clear up in 2 to 3 days after taking steroids or in 6 to 8 weeks without steroids. *However, in 2000 my episodes became more frequent and steroids no longer worked to give me the ability to walk without a cane. I had taken a M.S. drug, Betaseron, for several years with no results and my doctor had even noticed my body was getting weaker and weaker, especially on the left side. In October of 2000 my diagnosis was changed to progressive worsening M.S. My neurologist started me on Novantrone (a type of Chemo treatment) which I took with no results whatsoever. Several years later another neurologist started me on Cellcept which is a prescription drug taken by people with an organ transplant. Cellcept did not improve my symptoms but it seemed to level me off in that my symptoms did not get worse. I have had to walk with a cane, a walker or a scooter for the past 7 years and have taken prescription meds to help my muscles relax as well as to help me sleep at night - which only gave me 2-3 hours of sleep if I was lucky. *
In January of 2008 a friend down the street told me about MaxGXL. After she had taken it, she no longer needed back surgery. She had read information that MaxGXL was good for people with MS, was a great antioxidant and helped the immune system. My doctors had always told me to eat, drink or take anything that helped the immune system or was an antioxidant. I had already tried the berry drinks and didn't have any results with them, but I'm always willing to try anything that might help my symptoms, especially if it is a natural substance and has no side effects. *After taking MaxGXL 3 days, I was sleeping all night (7-8 hours), had energy all day long and didn't notice any muscle tightness even if I had not laid down during the day. I felt great and was walking longer with my cane instead of having to take breaks to sit down. I even helped my son and his wife paint the inside of their home and after sitting in the floor for several hours painting for two days, I was not sore at all. *After taking MaxGXL for about two months, I was walking in the parking lot of a store and began to notice my balance had returned and I no longer needed my cane. I had an appointment with my neurologist a little over a week after I was walking without my cane and I told her about MaxGXL. She had always known glutathione was very important to the body, but cautioned me that other patients had tried "things" and initially had results which did not last. I had another appointment with my neurologist after I was still walking without a cane for almost six weeks and she was very surprised and pleased with the results I was showing after taking MaxGXL. Several members of my family are now taking MaxGXL and are having great results with problems they had from arthritis, sleeping, energy, knee problems, back problems, etc."
Gertie Miles, Prescott, AZ - I would like to tell you my great results. I now am taking all three of the MAX products and love them all but in particular the one I started with and will NOT under any circumstances (in my control) ever stop taking is the GXL which is the Glutathione accelerator. My story is that I have had neuropathy in my legs and spreading to my feet for years, and fibromyalgia, both being very painful. The neuropathy has been so very painful that I was not able to get any sleep at night at all even after taking prescribed medication I found no relief. By the way the most recent meds I was put on were for restless leg syndrome, yes, this would help me sleep but did nothing for the pain or the problem. A friend of mine kept telling me about the GXL however, since it was from a network marketing company I didn't want any part of it due to some prior experiences. The pain was getting worse and since I was not getting good sleep I was tired, irritable and all the rest that goes with being sleep deprived. So, I thought, why not give it a try! Anyway, after one month of taking GXL I was completely pain FREE. I know that sounds hard to believe and had I not experienced this for myself, I wouldn't believe it. I have now been taking this product since June. I'm not only pain free but I have tons of energy, am in a good mood and enjoying life again. My sincere wish is for everyone to be open minded and not let PRIOR failures stand in his or her way from trying this incredible product.
James E. Greene, Age 63 - "As a young man I loved to participate in all sorts of sports. In 1980, I started jogging with a group of fellow employees. We ran 5 miles 3 times a week around the streets of Charleston SC. I am a big man and this pounding and the back injury I suffered in the Navy took a toll on my knees. Since the early 1990s, I have been unable to run or jog. By 2000, walking up steps hurt. I used the hand rail to help pull my self up. Carrying groceries in the house was a chore that left my knees hurting for some time. I have had physical therapy, injections and have been taking a prescription anti-inflammatory drug for several years. All this and I still had no results. I started taking MAX-GXL on May 14, 2008. While at the fly in at Salt Lake City on May 20, 2008 to learn more about MaxGXL, and as we were walking back to the hotel from an awesome dinner with the Founders. There were 3 or 4 steps we had to climb, my knees nearly killed me. About 5 days latter on Sunday May 25, 2008, I found myself carrying a computer and monitor up the steps to my house without pain. Also now I can even cross my legs while sitting for the first time in many years. I know my knees are not healed, but I know in the coming days, weeks and months ahead they will continue to improve with MaxGXL. I look forward to play ball with my grandkids."
Idaho CEO - "For many years I've had lower back pain and take prescriptions + get steroid injections to help manage pain, so I was excited to try MaxGXL. A few weeks into using MaxGXL I noticed positive changes occuring which continue to impress me; I no longer have to stretch-out before getting out of bed and have more energy & motivation. Pain On July 1, 2002, I was struck by a vehicle which caused me to receive injuries that later forced me to retire from my job as a police officer. During this accident, the muscles in my upper back were torn from my spine leaving me with injuries too severe to continue on in police work. For more than five years after the accident I lived with the daily discomfort and stiffness that this injury left me with, and frankly I had just learned to live with it. Then a friend introduced me to MAX GXL and my back has been free from the discomfort ever since that day I took my first capsules. Too good to be true you say? I'm free of that now, and with the added benefit of more energy, I feel better than I have in twenty years. I truly am living to the MAX!" -Ken Franklin
Paul Lester, Chino Valley, AZ - When I was young, I had to wear special shoes because of arch problems. I have always had problems in my feet, lower legs, ankles and knees from this. My pain was exacerbated by being a Kung Fu competitor in my young adult years. Now, in my 50's my lower legs and feet have really caused me pain. I started Max GXL in June and in about three weeks all my pain and popping was gone!
Linda Tenney, Chino Valley, AZ - Three years ago I fell off a bicycle and came straight down on my knee. My knee has caused me pain and swelling ever since. The first thing I noticed when I started MaxGXL was no more pain and swelling in my knee. I also have more energy!
Laura Colman, Glendale, Arizona - For the last couple years I have been having an increased experience with migraines. I would have 7 to 10 a month and they were totally debilitating. I was very light sensitive and would get extremely nauseous as the pain pounded in my head. I literally would have to close myself in a room and lose a day of my life! I was consuming ibuprofen at an alarming rate, which caused me additional worry about the health of my liver. I was introduced to MaxGXL and everything has changed. Migraines no longer run my life. It is rare that I ingest a pain reliever at all any more. If I feel a migraine coming on, I take an extra dose of GXL and within 20 - 30 minutes all essence of it is gone. Unless someone lives with pain, they don't understand how negatively it impacts your quality of life. Thanks Max!
Pat Straub - "I started taking MaxGXL about 4 weeks ago. The first results were increased energy and a feeling of wellness. The next result, I noticed, was the restless leg syndrome, I had suffered from for several years, was decreasing. Now it is nearly gone and only happens once in awhile. This is wonderful because the worst time was at night. Consequently, I am now sleeping much better. I am really looking forward to the other benefits that will be achieved as I continue to live my life with MaxGxL. Thank you... for introducing my husband and me to this wonderful product. MaxGXL for life," ~ Indiana , USA
Businessman John V, 61 said:" After about 5 days on MaxGXLI was able to sleep thru the night again. I used to wake up every hour and as such was very tired when I got up in the morning. MaxGXL has given me the sleep and I have also noticed an increase in my energy level. Watch out honey!"
Marie Colman, Chino Valley, AZ - After years of medications and consuming large amounts of water to dilute treatments, I did not remember what a full night sleep meant. I woke up 6-8 times a night to go to the restroom. Each time I climbed back into bed, the clock seemed to tick forever before I dozed off again. I did not remember what restorative sleep was like, or even what it meant to dream. I rarely reached REM sleep so, dreaming became something rare and odd. But the first night I took MaxGXL, I slept through the night. Couldn't remember the last time that happened. And since then, I have begun having a dream life again. Now I call my sleep, Toddler Sleep, because it is that deep, creative, restorative type sleep I haven't felt, and didn't remember having since I was a child. It is wonderful!
Margaret Lester, Chino Valley, Arizona - I used to wake up several times a night and it would take me forever it seemed to fall back asleep each time. I never got restorative rest, and never seemed to get into deep enough sleep to dream. I started taking MaxGXL at the end of May, and suddenly I noticed I was sleeping through the night and waking up fully rested.
Testimonial from Elaine B - "When I first started taking MaxGXL back in May of 2008 I really did not expect very much. I had taken different supplements for many years with not much to talk about the effects. Man, was I in for a big surprise. Within 48 hours I could tell that my energy level was going up and that I just generally felt better. But, this was not the BIG surprise for me. The BIG surprise was my sleep habits changed. For as long as I can remember I have suffered from insomnia. It would take me what seemed like forever to actually go to sleep. Then about 10 years ago I started working nights in a hospital.... This really had a negative effect on my already poor sleep ability. After starting on MaxGXL I suddenly realized that I could actually lay my head down on a pillow or whatever was convenient and be asleep in 5-10 minutes. This was unbelievable to me. So I started paying attention to how well I was sleeping. When someone works nights it puts your body and mental ability into some other atmosphere. It is hard to switch to sleeping at night when you are off so you spend most of your time staying up at night even when you are off. You live in a different world from most other people. And trying to sleep in the day time is not a restful, relaxing sleep. I have had days when I would wake up and wonder what day it was or wonder if I was suppose to go to work today. The mental thinking process goes into numb land for awhile and you just can't think straight. Not with MaxGXL... All of that confusion, that mental uncertainty has vanished. I now feel like a normal human because I can get the sleep that I need to survive. Being able to sleep as I should is truly a blessing. This to me is worth more than anything else about MaxGXL." ~ Elaine B, NC
Marie Colman, Chino Valley, Arizona - A few years ago, I fell asleep in the sun. It wasn't the first time I had subjected my skin to major sun damage. As a result, my dermatologist was keeping a regular check on my upper back and shoulders, and I had had a few pre-cancerous lesions removed. In July of this year, my upper back suddenly turned to a sandpaper like consistency and over a 10 day period more than a dozen small lesions began to gain shape on my back. I immediately called my dermatologist so that he could check it out. He was astounded, having never seen anything like this happen in such a short window of time. He removed the lesions and did a follow-up on me just a few weeks ago. My skin looks dramatically better overall, but my upper back has shown dramatic improvement. My opinion: well I have been taking MaxGXL since April 21st of 2008. Past the liver, the second major storehouse of glutathione in our bodies is our skin and this protein is very important to our skin's health. As I raised my glutathione levels, it seems that the damaged and pre-cancerous cells were forced out! I'm amazed!
Biyanka Wright, Chino Valley, Arizona - I have suffered from eczema for years. Being a beautician, the chemicals and products I use on a daily basis exacerbates the problem. I have had to resort to numerous prescriptions, both oral and topical to help with the discomfort and I have subjected myself to steroid shots when I am really bad. I started taking MaxGXL in June. Not only have I felt increased energy and have lost weight, but it has provided a great impact to my skin and significantly reduced the symptoms of my eczema.
Tom Colman, Chino Valley, Arizona - I have been taking MaxGXL since August of 2008. For the last number of years, my skin has been desperately dry and rough. No matter how much moisturizer I used and how careful I was choosing my products. Earlier this year, I had dry red patchy areas on my face and head that were of great concern. Having been bald for most of my adult life, I was afraid I was heading down the road to skin cancer. Now, even though we are going into the winter months when dry skin peaks, my skin is softer and holds more moisture than it has for decades! The spots on my head and face are gone. People tell me I look younger!
Jenn (a Yavapai Community College student) - I have been on Max GXL for about a week now, and am already noticing results! As a twenty-year old, I don't have many health complaints - but the effects I'm most impressed with so far are: 1) All of the pores on my face have drastically shrunk, and my skin tone is really improving; 2) I have more increased daily energy, and it's far less difficult for me to get out of bed in the morning. I'm surprised to have noticed these changes so soon!
J.B. Outrider, Prescott, Arizona - In 2003 I woke up one morning and couldn't walk. After going to a number of doctors, I got no better and lost my job. Since then, I have never been 100% healthy. Some days have been mostly pain free, but the majority of the time, I've been in pain. Last month a friend came by to visit because he knew I couldn't get out much. He shared that a friend of his had told him of a new health product that was showing fantastic results. I had already tried so many potions and pills that I wasn't too anxious to jump on another health bandwagon. I had been disappointed so many times before. But I eventually became curious as I watched what it was doing for my friend. He gave me some sample product and the rest is history. The first few days I noticed I was sleeping better. About the fourth or fifth day my left knee which has given me consistent problems and had been locked up for weeks just let go. The the swelling went down and never came back. Then I noticed my balance start to come back and in the second week the strength in my legs started to return. I get stronger each day, and am no longer consistently dependant on crutches. I was having some trouble with my hands as well and that is gone too! I look to the future now with a much greater degree of hope as things are improving way beyond what I had ever hoped for. Thanks to Tom & Gertie and GLX!
Dr. Robert H. Keller CREDENTIALS
Robert H. Keller, MD, MS, FACP, AAHIVS
Date of Birth:
Place of Birth:
Brooklyn, New York
KBK Institute of Advanced Medicine
5821 Hollywood Blvd
Hollywood, FL 33021
Education and Training:
Bachelor of Arts in Biology Master of Science in Biology Fordham University, Bronx, New York
Bachelor of Arts in Biology Master of Science in Biology Fordham University, Bronx, New York
Doctor of Medicine (MD) with honors Temple University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Internship, Resident and Senior Resident University of Rochester, Rochester, New York
Fellow and Senior Fellow Department of Immunology Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minnesota1976
Master of Science in Immunology Mayo Graduate School of Medicine Rochester, Minnesota
Professional and Faculty Positions:
Founder, CSO and Director of Medicine KBK Institute of Advanced Medicine Hollywood, Florida
Founder, Chairman, CEO & CSO Phoenix BioSciences which has developed a new first in class and first in man viral-host interaction inhibitor for HIV / AIDS
Founder, Chairmain,CEO and CSO Vitimmune, Inc Hollywood, Florida
Voluntary Adjunct Professor Miller School of Medicine, University of Miami Miami, Florida
Chairman and CEO Immune Balance Technologies Hollywood, Florida
Director of Medicine & Research BIODORON Medical Center Hollywood, Florida
Consultant in Immunology and Hematology Health Professionals, Inc and Center for Special Immunology
Director Immune Reconstitution Program Center for Special Immunology
Medical Director Center for Special Immunology Miami Beach, Florida
President and Medical Director The Wilson Bode Center Fort Lauderdale, Florida
Associate Director of Research and Development Coulter Immunology Coulter Electronics, Inc., Hialeah, Florida
Medical Director Wilson Bode Center for Hematology and Immunology Research Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Clinical Professor Department of Health Sciences (Hematology, Immunology, Flow Cytometry) University of Wisconsin Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Associate Professor Departments of Medicine and Biophysics Medical College of Wisconsin Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Clinical Investigator and Staff Physician Zablocki VAMC Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Director of Immunology Midwest Children's Cancer Center (Immunology, Flow Cytometry, Transplantation) Chief of Immunology Milwaukee Children's Hospital Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Associate Professor Department of Pediatrics (Hematology/Oncology, Immunology) Medical College of Wisconsin Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Clinical Associate Professor Department of Health Sciences (Hematology, Immunology, Flow Cytometry) University of Wisconsin Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Research Associate and Staff Physician Research Service Zablocki VAMC Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Assistant Professor Department of Medicine (Hematology/Oncology) Medical College of Wisconsin Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Consultant And Assistant Professor Department of Immunology Mayo Medical School Dept. of Medicine University of Minnesota
Fellow and Senior Research Fellow in Immunology Mayo Clinic Foundation Mayo Graduate School of Medicine Rochester, Minnesota
Hospital Staff Appointments:
Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minnesota
Zablocki VAMC, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Milwaukee County Medical Complex, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Mount Sinai Medical Center, Miami Beach, Florida
Cleveland Clinic Hospital, Fort Lauderdale, Florida
Miami Heart Institute, Miami Beach, Florida
Palmetto General Hospital, Hialeah, Florida
South Shore Hospital, Miami Beach, Florida
Memorial Medical Center, Hollywood, Florida
Broward General Medical Center, Fort Lauderdale, Florida
Hollywood Medical Center, Hollywood, Florida
Fellowships and Awards:
Health Professions Scholarship
Temple University School of Medicine
Mayo Foundation Research Fellowship
Mayo Graduate School of Medicine
National Arthritis Foundation Fellowship
VA Career Development Award, Research Associate
VA Career Development Award, Clinical Investigator
Grant Support during Academic Tenure
Alpha-fetoprotein Immunoregulation in a Model of Murine Lymphoma Veterans Administration Research Principal Investigator
Immunoregulatory Dysfunction in Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma NIH, NCI Principal Investigator
Immunologic Studies of Environmental Lung Disease NIH (NIAID) Co-Principal Investigator
VA Career Development Award Clinical Investigator
Clinical Applications of Laser Flow Cytometry Principal Investigator NIH (RR Shared Equipment Program)
Immunoregulatory Dysfunction Principal Investigator VA
Monoclonal Antibodies in the Detection of Cervical Carcinoma Co-Principal Investigator Hillman Foundation
Isoprinosine Modulation of the Immuno- Regulatory Imbalances in AIDS and ARC Principal Investigator of FDA IND Newport Foundation
Isoprinosine Modulation of the Immuno- Regulatory Imbalances in AIDS and ARC Principal Investigator of FDA IND Newport Foundation
Alpha Omega Alpha Temple University, School of Medicine
Medical Degree with honors Temple University, School of Medicine
Superior Performance Award in Research Veterans Administration
Fellow, American College of Physicians
Who's Who in Science and Technology
Who's Who in the World
Who's Who in Medicine and Science
HIV Medical Professional of the Year PWAC, Broward County, Florida
Humanitarian of the Year National Hemophilia Foundation
2000 Outstanding Scientists of the 21st Century
1000 Great Americans of the 21st Century
America's Top Physicians in Internal Medicine, Immunology and Hematology
Elected to Board of Governors
Academy of HIV Medicine of the State of Florida:
AMA Physicians Recognition Award
Greatest Scholars of the Twenty First Century
Health Professional of the Year Invited Lectureships:
Second Fogarty International Conference on Neonatal Liver Disease Baltimore, Maryland
International Conference on the Diagnosis and Prevention of Neural Tube Defects Los Angeles, California
Second International Conference on Diagnostic Immunology Henniker, New Hampshire
Radio immunochemical Detection of Cancer Albuquerque, New Mexico
Visiting Professor of Hematology University of Mississippi Jackson, Mississippi
Visiting Professor of Hematology University of California Irvine, California
Third International Conference on Diagnostic Immunology, Section Chair
Visiting Professor of Pathology University of Texas Medical Branch Galveston, Texas
Visiting Professor of Medicine Wilfred Hall Air Force Research Center Galveston, Texas
Visiting Professor Max Plank Institute for Biochemie Munich, Germany
Visiting Professor of Immunology and Pharmacology Peking Union Medical School (University of Beijing) Beijing, China
Journal of Leukocyte Biology
Interventions in Aging
Journal of Immunology
Interventions in Aging
National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)
Abbott HIV Advisory Board
Baxter Advisory Board for Hemophilia
Baxter Advisory Board for Hemophilia Inhibitor Patients
Consultant in Cancer Therapy, PRSS-J, Tokyo, 2005
Medical Advisory Council, American Federation of Hemophilia, 2002
Board of Director Appointments:
Member American Academy of HIV Medicine
Member Biosource Therapeutics
Chairman, Phoenix Bioscience
Scientific Advisory Boards:
National Board of Medical Examiners, 1971 and 1990
American Board of Internal Medicine, 1974
American Academy of HIV Medicine, 2001
American Academy of Anti Aging Medicine 2006
Current Medical Licensure:
Alpha Omega Alpha
American Association for the Advancement of Science
American Association of Immunologists
American College of Physicians
American Federation of Clinical Research
American Society of Clinical Pathology
American Society of Hematology
International Society of Hematology
International Society of Hematopathology
International Immunocompromised Host Society
International Society of Analytical Cytology
Clinical Cytometry Society
New York Academy of Sciences
Clinical Immunology Society
National Organization for Rare Disorders
American Academy of Anti Aginig Medicine
Survey in Basic and Clinical Immunology Department of Medicine Medical College of Wisconsin
Principles of Laser Flow Cytometry Department of Health Sciences University of Wisconsin
Special Topics in Immunology Immunoregulation in Cancer Department of Biology Marquette University
Co-Director Flow Cytometry Program University of Wisconsin Introduction to Flow Cytometric Analysis Principles of Image and Laser Cytometry Hybridomas and Monoclonal Antibodies Laboratory Evaluation of Immunoregulation Clinical Immunophenotyping and DNA Analysis Advanced Cytometry Advanced Cytometric Techniques
Invited Professional Lectures:
1979 - Dr. Keller has been the invited speaker at more than 2500 state, regional, National, and international, medical and scientific seminars and workshops In the fields of:
AIDS and Immunoregulation
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and Fibromyalgia
Autoimmune Disease and Control of Aberrant Immune Response
Nutrition and the Immune Response
Hormones and the Immune Response
Protecting the Immune System Before, During, and After Cancer Therapy
Host of Today's Health, WAXY 790 and Web streamed at Vitimmune.com and RobKellermd.org
Host of Voice America Web Based Interactive Radio Show, The Path to Wellness and Yout
Veterans Administration Development Research and Committee Clement J. Zablocki
VA Oncology Merit Review Board
International Society For Analytical Cytology: Research and Development
Controls & Standards University of Wisconsin: Co Chair Flow Cytometry
National Institutes of Health: Special Immunology Review Council Study Section
Medical College of Wisconsin Faculty Welfare Committee
Animal Care Committee
Flow Cytometry Protocol Committee
Cancer Committee for Hollywood Medical Center
Committee of Ten Thousand Medical Advisory Board
National Hemophilia Federation: Medical Advisory Committee
National Hemophilia Foundation- Florida Chapter Medical Advisory Committee
Mount Sinal Medical Center Cancer Committee
Hollywood Medical Center Cancer Committee
Underwriting Committee ProAssurance Malpractice
AAHIVM Standards of Practice Committee
Statement of Research Interest:
HIV: Dissection of the immune perturbations associated with HIV infection including therapy with experimental immunomodulary agents.
Dissection of the immune perturbations associated with hemophiliac complication and therapeutic intervention using experimental immunoregulatory agents.
Creation and utilization of unique `designer` monoclonal antibodies for the diagnosis, monitoring, imaging and therapy of human hematologic and solid tumor malignancies.
Immune response and immunoregulation: dissection of the basic human immune response and the roles of cytokines and other regulatory molecules and the demonstration and characterization of aberrant responses in neoplastic and immunologic disease.
Nutritional/ Hormonal Supplementation in Age Management and Immunologic Disease
R.H. Keller and Dr. X. Wen: Allerg-ease (Patent Number 6,180,106) (2000)
R.H. Keller, D.W. Kirchenbaum: ALL-Immune (Patent Number 6,262,019) (2002)
R.H. Keller, PBS 119 a novel treatment for chronic viral infections (Patent Number 6,734,192) (2004)
Keller R.H. A novel treatment For Viral Infections (CIP) 2005
Keller RH: An improved method for glutathione production in mammals 2007
Keller RH: A nutritional formula to promote weight loss in mammals
Keller RH: A novel treatment for neurodegenerative diseases
Keller RH: A nutritional formula to improve short term memory function
Keller, R.H. After Thirty, Some Maintenance Is Required-A Practical Guide to Age Management
Keller, R.H. and Tomasi, T.B.: Alpha-fetoprotein: A Potential Regulator of Immune Function. In Diseases of the Liver and Biliary Tract. Javitts, N.NIH, Bethesda, Maryland, pp. 119-134, 1977.
Keller, R.H., Calvinico, N.J., Fink, J.N., and Stevens, J.O.: Immunobiologic Aspects of Primate Hypersensitivity Pneumonitis. In Environmental Toxicology. Dungworth, D.L. (Ed), Academic Press, New York, pp.383-395, 1981.
Keller, R.H., Blake, D.G., Lyman, S. and Siebenlist, R.: The Immunobiology of Human Non-Hodgkin's' Lymphomas. In Clinical Cellular Immunology. Ludered, A. (ed). Humana Press, New York, pp. 213-246, 1982.
Patrick, C.W., Keller, R.H., and Horan, P.K.: Flow Cytometry, Cell Sorting and Hybridomas. American Society Clinical Pathology Press. St. Louis, MO, pp. 1-182, 1982.
Patrick, C.W., Parker, J., Keller, R.H., and Horan, P.K.: The Clinical Utility of Monoclonal Antibodies and Immunophenotyping. In Flow Cytometry and Cell Sorting in Hematologic Disease. American Society of American Pathologists Press. Chicago, IL pp. 1-191.
Calvinico, N.J., Fink, J.N., and Keller, R.H.: Hypersensitivity Pneumonitis. In The Immunology of the Lung. Bienenstock, J. (Ed), Academic Press, New York pp 365-366, 1984
Keller, R.H., Milson, T.J., Janicek, K.M., Patrick, L.C., Sohnle, P., and Patrick, C.W.: Clinical Utilization of the Technicon H-6000 Flow Cytochemical Flow System in Allergy Testing. In Proceedings of the 4th International Technicon Hematology Colloquium. Simson, E. (ed) Academic Press, New York, pp 179- 188, 1984.
Patrick, C.W., Horan, P.K, and Keller, R.H.: Immunophenotypic and Functional Analysis Using Laser Flow Cytometry: Clinical Utility. American Society of Clinical Pathology Press, Chicago, IL, 1985, pp. 1-168.
Patrick, C.W. and Keller, R.H.: Lymphocytes: Biochemistry, Physiology, Function and Morphology. In Principles of Hematology: Clinical and Laboratory Practice. R.L. Bick, (Ed) C.V. Mosby, St. Louis, MO in press.
Patrick, C.W. and Keller, R.H.: The Emerging Role of Laser Flow Cytometry and Monoclonal Antibodies in Clinical Medicine. In: Principles of Hematology: Clinical Laboratory Practice. R.L. Bick (Ed) C.V. Mosby, St. Louis, MO, in press.
Keller, R.H. and Patrick, C.W.: Characterization of the Human Myeloid Series by Monoclonal Antibodies. In Monoclonal Antibodies in Laboratory Medicine. Swartz, M. (Ed) Academic Press, New York, in press.
Patrick, C.W., McFadden, P.W., and Keller, R.H.: Immunophenotypic Analysis of Human Bone Marrow Employing Monoclonal Antibodies and Laser Flow Cytometry. In Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Technological Advances in Laboratory Hematology. Howen, B. (ed),Academic Press, 1985.
Keller, R.H., Janicek, K.M., and Patrick, C.W.: The Clinical Significance of Laser Flow Cytometry DNA Analysis. In Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Technological Advances in Laboratory Hematology. Howen, B. (Ed) Academic Press, New York, 1985.
Keller, R.H., Van Riel, F., Maislis, J., Lane, J.T., Reiter, W.M., Klimas, N.G, Fletcher, M.A.: Association of Histocompatability Class II Antigens wit the Chronic Fatigue Immune Dysfunction Syndrome. In Clinical Infectious Disease. University of Chicago, Chicago, IL, 1994:18 (Supp 1): S154-6.
Antioxidants and the skin, A Paradigm for aging. Keller, R.H and E Arrayove (in press) 2004. Glutathione in Aging and Immunologic Disease. Loss of Gastrointestinal During Aging and Immunologic Disease Both Ed R. Wallace and Mechanisms of Aging Dove Press N Z, 2006
Original Research Contributions and Invited Reviews: Keller, R.H. and Tomasi, T.B.: Alpha-fetoprotein, E-Rosette Formation and Tumor Cell Growth. N Engl J Med 293(24): 1265-1266, 1975.
Tomasi, T.B., Dattwyler, R., Murgita, R. and Keller, R.H.: Immunosuppression By Alpha-fetoprotein. Trans Am Assoc Phys. 88:293-298, 1976.
Geubel, A.P., Keller, R.H., Summerkill, W.H.J., Dickson, E.R., Tomasi, T.B. and Shorter, R.G.: Lymphocyte Cytotoxicity and Inhibition Studied with Autologous Liver Cells: Observation in Chronic Acute Liver Disease and the Primary Biliary Cirrhosis Syndrome. Gasterenterol. 71:450-459, 1976.
Keller, R.H. and Clavanico, N.J., and Tomasi, T.B.: Immunosuppressive Properties of AFP: Role of Estrogens. In Onco Developmental Gene Expression. Fichman, W.H. and Sell, S. (eds) Academic Press, New York, p.278, 1976.
Keller, R.H. and Tomasi, T.B.: Synthesis of Alpha-fetoprotein by Murine Lymphoid Cells in Allogenic Reactions. J Exp Med 143:1120, 1976.
Banks, P., Keller, R.H., Li, V.Y. and White, E.B.: Malignant Lymphomas of Plasmablastic Identity: A Neoplasm with Both "Immunoblastic" and Plasma Cell Features. Am J Med 64:609-610, 1978.
Keller, R.H., Atwater, J.S., Martin, R.S. and Tomasi, T.B.: Ataxia Telangiectasia, Immunosuppression and AFP: Is There a Relationship? In Prevention of Neural- Tube Defects. Crandall, B. (ed) Academic Press, New York, pp.27-40, 1978.
Guirgis, H.A., Lynch, H.T., Keller, R.H., Tomasi, T.B., Vandervoorde, J., Brodky, F., Lynch, J., Rankin, L. and Malony, K.: Carcinoembryonic Antigen (CEA) and Alpha-fetoprotein (AFP) in Cancer-Prone Families: Communicable Implications. In Proceeding of the Third Annual Symposium on the Detection and Prevention of Cancer. Part I (2), 1987.
Keller, R.H., Dattwyler, R.J., Harrison, E. and Tomasi, T.B.: Alpha-fetoprotein in Human Lymphoproliferative Disease. J Lab Clin Immunol, 2:93-98, 1979.
Kaplan, H.J., Meredith, T.A., Aeberg, T.M. and Keller, R.H.: Intraocular Reticulum Cell Sarcoma (Histiocytic Lymphoma) in Richter's Syndrome: A Neoplasm of the Immune System. Arch Opthal 98:707-710, 1980.
Keller, R.H., Blake, B.G., Lyman, S. and Siebenlist, R.: ImmunoregulatoryAbnormalities in Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia. J Lab Clin Immunol 6:201-208, 1981.
Choi, H. and Keller, R.H.: Co-existence of Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia and Hodgkin's Disease. Cancer 48:48-55, 1981.
Kaplan, H.J., Aeberg, T.M. and Keller, R.H.: Etiology of Recurrent Clinical Uveitis. Ber Dtsch Ophthal Ges 78:159, 1981.
Kaplan, H.J. and Keller, R.H.: Recurrent Clinical Uveitis: Cell Surface Markers on Vitreous Lymphocytes. Arch Ophthal 100:585-592, 1982
Keller, R.H., Fink, J.N., Lyman, S. and Pederson, G.: Suppressor Cells in Asymptomatic Pigeon Breeders. J Clin Immunol 2:46-51, 1982.
Milson, T.J., Grief, D. and Keller, R.H.: The Variable Effect of Cryopreservation on Peripheral Blood Mononuclear Populations. J Clin Lab Immunol 7:205-218, 1982.
Keller, R.H., Calvanico, N.J. and Stevens, J.O.: Hypersensitivity Pneumonitis In Non-human Primates. In Studies on the Relationship of Immunoregulation and Disease Activity. J Immunol 128:116-123, 1982.
Keller, R.H.: Alpha-fetoprotein: Biologic and Clinical Potential. In Tumor Imaging: The Radioimmunochemical Detection of Cancer. Burchiel, S. and Rhodes, B. (eds) Mason Publishing, New York, pp. 179-188, 1982.
Patrick, C.W. and Keller, R.H.: New Techniques in the Diagnosis of Hematopoietic Malignancies: Monoclonal Antibodies, Flow Cytometry and Cell Sorting. Am Soc Clin Pathol Sp Topic Series 20(3)106-109, 1982.
Keller, R.H., Libnoch, J.A., Patrick, C.W., Blake, D.G., Choi, H. and Hanson, R.D.: Fc Gamma Bearing T Cells in Non-Hodgkin's Lymphomas. Diag Immunol 1:27-32, 1983.
Keller, R.H., Feldman, E. and Libnoch, J.A.: Immunoregulatory Abnormalities the Kindred of Waldenstrum's Macroglobulinemia Patients. Am J Hematol 14:15-22, 1983.
Keller, R.H. and Calvanico, N.J.: Suppressor Macro-molecules. Crit Rev Immunol 5(2): 149-199, 1984.
Fudenberg, H.H., Wilson, G.B., Keller, R.H., Metcalf, J.F., Pauling, E.E., Stuart, E.J. and Floyd, E.: Clinical Application of the Leukocyte Migration Inhibition Assay: New Methods for Determining Transfer Factor Potency and for Prediction of Clinical Response. In Proceedings of the IV International Conference on Transfer Factor. Academic Press, New York, pp. 293-310, 1984.
Patrick, C.W. and Keller, R.H.: A Simple Device for the Collection of Cells Sorted by Flow Cytometry: Preservation of Integrity and Viability. Cytometry 5(3):308-311, 1984.
Keller, R.H., Milson, T.J., Janicek, K.M. and Patrick, C.W.: Monoclonal Antibodies: Clinical Utility and the Misunderstood Epitope. Lab Med 15(12):785-802, 1984.
Keller, R.H., Swartz, S.J., Leven, S., Bar Sella, S. and Fink, J.N.: Immunoregulation in Hypersensitivity Pneumonitis: Phenotypic and Functional Studies of Bronchoalveolar Lavage Lymphocytes. Am Rev Resp Dis 130:766- 771, 1984.
Patrick, C.W., Swartz, S.J., Harrison, K.A. and Keller, R.H.: Collection and Preparation of Hemopoietic Cells for Cell Marker Analysis. Lab Med 15(10): 659-665, 1984.
Patrick, C.W., Milson, T.J., McFadden, P.W. and Keller, R.H.: Flow Cytometry and Cell Sorting. Lab Med 15(11):740-745, 1984.
Wilson, G.B., Fudenberg, H.H. and Keller, R.H.: Guidelines for Immunotherapy of Antigen Specific Defects with Transfer Factor. J Clin Lab Immunol 13:51-58, 1984.
Baumann, M.A., Libnoch, J.A., Patrick, C.W., Choi, H. and Keller, R.H.: Prolonged Survival in Richter's Syndrome with Subsequent Re-emergence of Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia: A Case Report Including Serial Cell Surface Phenotype Analysis. Am J Hematol 20:67-72, 1985.
Marti, G.E., Patrick, C.W., Muirhead, K., Magruder, L., Vail, M., Schuette, W., Keller, R.H., Horan, P.K. and Gralnick, H.R.: Normal Blood Density Gradient Lymphocyte Subset Analysis: In an Inter-Laboratory Flow Cytometric Comparison of 85 Normal Adults. Am J Hematol 20:41-52, 1985.
Milson, T.J., Patrick, C.W., Sohnle, P.G., Patrick, L.C. and Keller, R.H.: Flow Cytochemical Analysis of Atopic Reactions. Diag Immunol 3:182-186, 1986.
Milson, T.J., Patrick, C.W., Torke, N.J. and Keller, R.H.: Holding Media for Cell Surface Phenotyping Analysis, J Immunol Methods 87: 155-159, 186.
Baumann, M.A., Milson, T.J., Patrick, C.W., Libnoch, J.A. and Keller, R.H.: Immunoregulatory Abnormalities in Myelodysplastic Disorders. Am K Hematol 22:79-86, 1986
Hansen, R.M, Lerner, N., Abrams, R.A., Patrick, C.W., Malik, M.I. and Keller, R.H.: Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia with Pure Red Cell Aplasia: Laboratory Demonstration of Persistent Leukemia in Spite of Apparent Complete Clinical Remission. Am J Hematol 22:79-86, 1986.
Baumann, M.A., Keller, McFadden, P.W., Libnoch, J.A and Patrick, C.W.: Myeloid Cell Surface Phenotype in Myelodysplasia: Evidence for Abnormal Persistence of an Early Myeloid Differentiation Antigen. Am J Hematol 23:22-26, 1986.
Baumann, M.A., Milson, T.J., Patrick, C.W., Libnoch, J.A. and Keller, R.H.: Correlation of Numbers of Natural Killer Cells with Clinical Course in Large Cell Lymphoma. Cancer 57:2309-2312, 1986.
Patrick, C.W., Ash, R., Libnoch, J.A. and Keller, R.H.: Clinical Cytometry and Immunophenotyping: I. Flow Cytometric Analysis of Normal Peripheral Blood and Bone Marrow. Path Immunopathol Res 6:64-76, 1987.
Patrick, C.W., Libnoch, J.A., Kallas, G.A. and Keller, R.H.: Sequential Immunophenotypic Studies in Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia: UCLA Molecular Biology Symposium. Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia: Recent Progress-Future Directions. R. Gale and K. Rai (eds) Alan R. Liss, New York, 59, 1987.
Keller, R.H., Libnoch, J.A., Kallas, G.A., and Patrick, C.W.: Sequential Evaluation of T Cell Subsets in B-CLL. UCLA Molecular Biology Symposium Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia: Recent Progress-Future Directions. R. Galeand K. Rai (eds) Alan R. Liss, New York, 59, 1987.
Fudenberg, H.H, Whitten, H.D., Galbraith, G.M.P., Goust, J.M., Patrick, C.W. and Keller, R.H.: Deficiency of 'Interactive' T Cells in Individuals with Recurrent Infection: Effect of DLE-TF Therapy. Am J Med. In Press, 1994.
Keller, R.H., Van Reil, F., Maislis, J., Lane, J.T., Reiter, W.M., Klimas, N.G. and Fletcher, M.A.: Association of Histocompatability Class II Antigens with the Chronic Fatigue Immune Dysfunction Syndrome. In Clin Inf Disease 1 8(Supp 1): S154-156, 1994.
Papers Submitted, In review and/or Revision
Patrick, C.W. and Keller, R.H.: A Comparative Study of Anticoagulants in Cell Surface Maker Phenotyping and Functional Analysis. Am J Clin Pathol.
Keller, R.H., Choi, H., Libnoch, J.A. and Patrick, C.W.: A Natural Murine Model of Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma. J Immunol (in revision).
Choi, H., Libnoch, J.A., Aimargo, U., Heckman, M. and Keller, R.H.: Castelman's Tumor: Well Differentiated Lymphocytic Lymphoma and Large Cell Lymphoma in a Single Patient. Human Pathol (in revision).
Keller R.H., Wen K., and Kirchenbaum G. ALL-ergese a TCM blend of standardized herbs for the treatment of allergies. (in revision)
Adult Growth Hormone Deficiency: A Correlate of Immune Overactivity (in preparation)
ABSTRACTS: Asterisks (*) denote those papers selected for presentation at national or international meetings.
* Keller, R.H., Dattwyler, R.J., Harrison, E. and Tomasi, T.B.: Alpha- fetoprotein in Human Lymphoproliferative Disease. Blood 46(4):1035, 1975.
* Guebel, A.P., Keller, R.H., Summerskill, W.H.J., Tomasi, T.B. and Shorter, R.G.: Cytotoxicity of Autologous and Normal Lymphocytes Against Isolated Liver Cells in Patients with Primary Biliary Cirrhosis. Gastroenterol 68:104, 1975.
* Keller, R.H., Summerskill, W.H.J., Guebel, A.P., Shorter, R.G., and Tomasi, T.B.: Alpha-fetoprotein and Suppression of Cell Mediated Immunity in Chronic Acute Liver Disease (CALD). Gastroenterol 70:A-43:901, 1976.
* Keller, R.H, Guirgis, H., Lynch, H. and Tomasi, T.B.: Alpha-fetoprotein (AFP) in Cancer Prone Families. Clin Res 24:331, 1976.
* Keller, R.H., Burritt, M.F., Thompson, R.L. and Tomasi, T.B.: Alpha- fetoprotein (AFP): Synthesis in Allogeneic Reactions. Clin Res 24:447, 1976.
* Keller, R.H., Burritt, M.F. and Tomasi, T.B.: Alpha-fetoprotein (AFP) Synthesis in Allogeneic Reactions. Eleventh Leukocyte Culture Conference, Tucson, AZ, September 1976.
* Guirgis, H.A., Lynch, H.T., Keller, R.H., Tomasi, T.B., Vandervoorde, J., Lynch, J., Rankin, L., Maoney, K. and Harris, R.: Carcinoembryonic Antigen (CEA) and Alpha-fetoprotein (AFP) in Cancer Prone Families. In Proceedings of the Scientific Session of the Third International Symposium on the Detection and Prevention, 1976.
* Vogten, A.J.M., Shorter, R.G., Summerskill, W.M.J., Keller, R.H. and Tomasi, T.B.: Cell Mediated Cytotoxicity Against Human Liver Lipoprotein in Liver Disease. Gastroenterol 71:A-41:934, 1976.
* Keller, R.H. and Tomasi, T.B.: AFP: A Potential Regulator of Immune Function. Second International Conference on Disease of the Liver. Bethesda, MA, March 1977.
Keller, R.H., Blake, D.G., Lyman, S., Libnoch, J.A. and Fabiance, M.: Suppressor Cells in Asymptomatic Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia. Clin Res 27:298, 1979.
Keller, R.H., Blake, D.G., Lyman, S. and Siebenlist, R.: Altered Immunoregulation in Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia. Blood 54:97A, 1979.
Blake, D.G., Libnoch, J.A., Lyman, S. and Keller, R.H.: Altered Immunologic Reactivity in Myelodysplastic Disorders. Blood, 54:97A, 1979.
* Miller, P.P, Jordan, R.E. and Keller, R.H.: Suppression of Human Lymphocyte Response by Circulating Immune Complexes. Clin Res 28: 351, 1980.
* Keller, R.H., Fink, N.J., Lyman, S. and Pederson, G.: Altered Immunoregulation in Hypersensitivity Pneumonitis. Clin Res 28:102, 1980.
* Keller, R.H., Lyman, S. and Siebenlist, R.: The Influence of Human Mononuclear Cell Histamine Production on T Cell Immunoregulation. Clin Res 28:230, 1980.
* Keller, R.H., Lyman, S. and Siebenlist, R.: Histamine in the Immune Response. 4th World Congress of Immunology, Paris, France. July 1980.
* Kaplan, H.J., Asberg, T.M. and Keller, R.H.: Lymphocyte Subset in Clinical Uveitis. Abs Assoc Res Vision Opthal p. 33, 1980.
* Siebenlist, R., Calvanico, N.J., Stevens, J.O. and Keller, R.H.: Immunoregulation in Hypersensitivity Pneumonitis. Fourth Midwest Autumn Immunology Conference, Chicago, IL, 1980.
* Lyman, S., Patrick, C.W. and Keller, R.H.: Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma in the Mouse: A Naturally Occurring Murine Model of NHL. Fourth Midwest Autumn Immunology Conference, Chicago, IL, 1980.
* Young, D.G., Hussey, C.V., Keller, R.H. and Pisciotta, A.V.: Eradication of Acquired Factor VII Inhibitor in Hodgkin's Disease Following Chemotherapy. Am Fed Clin Res 28(4):731, 1980.
* Keller, R.H., Patrick, C.W., Swartz, S.J., Libnoch, J.A. and Jordan, R.E.: FlowCytometry as an Adjunct in the Diagnosis and Staging of Lymphoproliferative Disease. IX International Conference on Analytical Cytology. Schloss Elmau, Germany, 1980.
* Wilson, R.J., Greiff, D. and Keller, R.H.: Cryopreservation of Non- specific T Cell Suppressor Cells. Cryobiol 17:597, 1980.
* Pontzer, C. and Keller, R.H.: Rabbit Peripheral Blood T Cell Separation. Fed Am Soc Exp Biol, 1980.
* Keller, R.H., Calvanico, N.J. and Stevens, J.O.: Immunoregulation in Pigeon Breeders Disease. Clin Res 29:370, 1981.
* Keller, R.H., Kirchner, P., Lyman, S., Siebenlist, R., Choi, H. and Patrick, C.W.: Immunoregulatory T Cells in Non-Hodgkin's Lymphomas. Blood 58:313, 1981.
* Keller, R.H., Lyman, S., Choi, H. and Patrick, C.W.: A Natural Model of Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma. Blood 58:524, 1981.
* Lauer, S., Casper, J., Keller, R.H., Kirchner, P. and Camitta, B.: The Use of Counterflow Centrifugation-Elutriation for the Separation of Bone Marrow Lymphoid Cells in Children with Acute Lymphocytic Leukemia (ALL) and Metastatic Solid Tumors. Blood 58:133, 1981.
* Keller, R.H., Choi, H. and Patrick, C.W.: Nodular Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma in the Mouse. Blood 60:114A, 1982.
* Keller, R.H., Lyons, M., Troy, J. and Jordan, R.E.: Peripheral Blood Aneuploidy in Mycosis Fungoides and Pre-mycotic Lesions. Blood 60:146A, 1982.
* Keller, R.H., Swartz, S.J., Lyons, M., Troy, J. and Jordan, R.E.: Peripheral Blood Involvement in Skin-limited T Cell Malignancy. Am Fed Clin Res 31:568, 1983.
* Geoghegan, W.D., Jordan, R.E. and Keller, R.H.: Non-Langerhans Cells in the Keratinocyte Band in Culture Expressing HLA-DR. Invest Derm Am Fed Clin Res 31:568, 1983.
* Keller, R.H., Swartz, S.J., Patrick, C.W. and Kaplan, H.J.: Intraocular Lymphoma: A Possible Systemic Disease. Am Fed Clin Res 31:315, 1983.
* Patrick, C.W., Libnoch, J.A., Choi, H. and Keller, R.H.: Flow Cytometric Peripheral Blood Cell Surface Analysis as a Predictor of Richter's Syndrome (RS) in Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia. Blood 62:756, 1983.
* Patrick, C.W., Swartz, S.J. and Keller, R.H.: A Comparative Study of Heparin and Potassium EDTA as Anticoagulants for Cell Surface Marker and Immunologic Functional Analysis. Am J Clin Pathol, 1983.
* Keller, R.H., Swartz, S.J., Patrick, C.W., Steven, G. and Torke, N.J.: Regression of Natural Murine Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma Following Immunotherapy with Immunoregulatory Cell Types. Blood 62:756, 1983.
* Keller, R.H., Wagner, D. and Patrick, C.W.: Sequential T Cell Phenotypic and Functional Changes During a Comparative Study of Rhinovirus Infection in Patients with the Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS). Blood 62:352, 1983.
* Keller, R.H., Swartz, S.J. and Patrick, C.W.: Metachromatic Granules in Human T8 (CD8) Bearing Lymphocytes. Fifth World Congress of Immunology. Tokyo, Japan. July 1983.
Libnoch, J.A., Patrick, C.W., Griffin, J. and Keller, R.H.: Flow Cytometric Cell Surface Analysis as a Predictor of Leukemic Transformation in the Myeo-dyplastic Syndrome (MDS). Blood 62:610A, 1983.
* Calvanico, N.J., Pontzer, C. and Keller, R.H.: Regulation of Aerosol Induced Pulmonary Inflammation in Rabbits. XII Congress of the European Academy of Allergy and Clinical Immunology, Rome, Italy, 1983.
* Patrick, C.W., Swartz, S.J., McFadden, P.W., Wallace, A. and Keller, R.H.: A Comparative Study of Manual and Flow Cytometry Cell Surface Marker Analysis. Soc Analytical Cytology, Sea Island, Georgia, 1983.
* Keller, R.H., Swartz, S.J., Troy, J., Patrick, C.W. and Jordan, R.E.: Peripheral Blood Involvement in Skin Limited T Cell Malignancy. Soc Analytical Cytology, Sea Island, Georgia, 1983.
* Keller, R.H., Swartz, S.J., Leven, S. and Bar Sella, S.: Immunoregulation in Hypersensitivity Pneumonitis: Phenotypic and Functional Studies of Bronchoalveolar Lavage Lymphocytes. Am Acd Allergy 130:766-771, \ 1984.
* Keller, R.H., Swartz, S.J., McFadden, P.W., Milson, T.J., Hermann, J., Thomas, E. and Patrick, C.W.: Abnormal Peripheral Blood T Cell DNA Content in Skin Limited T Cell Malignancy. Second International Conference on Malignant Lymphoma, Lugano, Switzerland, June 1984.
* Patrick, C.W., Harrison, K.A, Libnoch, J.A., Cozine, M.G. and Keller, R.H.: Monoclonal Antibody Profiles in Human B Cell Lymphoproliferative Disorders Suggests that B4 Positive Lymphocytes which Lack Expression of B1 Antigen May Include the B Memory Cells. Second International Conference on Malignant Lymphoma, Lugano, Switzerland, June 1984.
* Patrick, C.W., McFadden, P.W., Buchholz, T.B., Milson, T.J., Libnoch, J.A. and Keller, R.H.: The Non-relevance of T4 to T8 (CD4:CD8) Ratios to Disease Activity in B Cell Malignancies. Second International Conference on Malignant Lymphoma, Lugano, Switzerland, June 1984.
* Keller, R.H., Swartz, S.J., Patrick, C.W., Steven, G. and Torke, N.J.: Treatment of Naturally Occurring Murine Non-Hodgkin's Lymphomas Using Immunoregulatory Cell Types and IL-2. Second International Conference Malignant Lymphoma, Lugano, Switzerland, June 1984.
* Kissebah, A.H., James, R. Krakower, G., Arnaud, C., Etienne, J. and Keller, R.H.: Holding Media for Cell Surface Phenotypic Analysis. Midwest Autumn Conference, Chicago, IL, November 1984.
* Milson, T.J., Patrick, C.W., Torke, N.J., Janicek, K.M., Harrison, K.A. and Keller, R.H.: Alterations in Lymphoid and Myeloid Cell Surface Marker Phenotype Profiles Associated with the Development of Basophilic Crisis in Chronic Granulocytic Leukemia (Ph + CGL). Blood 64(5):195A, 1984
* Patrick, C.W., Libnoch, J.A., Milson, T.J., Kortright, K.H. and Keller, R.H.: Common Variant of B Cell Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia is Defined by the Monoclonal Antibody TQ1 (Leu 8). Blood 65(5):149, 1984.
* Baumann, M.A., Patrick, C.W., Libnoch, J.A. and Keller, R.H.: Myeloid and Lymphoid Cell Surface Phenotype in Myelodysplasia: Correlation with In Vitro Assessment of Immune Function. Blood 64(5):186A, 1984.
* Keller, R.H., Larrick, J.W., Swartz, S.J., Torke, N.J. and Patrick, C.W.: Treatment of a Natural Model of Murine Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma with Recombination Interleukin 2(IL-2). Blood 64(5):181, 1984.
* Steven, G.C., Choi, H., Heckman, M.G. and Keller, R.H.: Comparison of Flow Cytometry and In sit Cell Surface Marker Analysis. Midwest Student Research Forum XVI, Wright State University, February 1985.
* Kissebah, A.H., Krakower, G., James, R., Aranaud, C., Etienne, J. and Keller, R.H.: Regional Differences in Preadiopocyte Growth Potential from Immature and Sexually Mature Female Rats. Am Fed Clin Res 33:434, 1985.
* Kissebah, A.H., Krakower, G., James, R., Aranaud, C., Etienne, J. and Keller, R.H.: Regional Specialization of Subcutaneous Tissue Growth Potential: Relationship to Ovarian Function. Am Diabetes Assoc, Toronto, Canada, November 1985.
* Baumann, M.A., Milson, T.J., Patrick, C.W., Libnoch, J.A. and Keller, R.H.: Correlation of Natural Killer Cell Count with Prognosis in Large Cell Lymphoma. Blood 66:185, 1985.
* Patrick, C.W., Libnoch, J.A. and Keller, R.H.: Clinical Utility of Dual Immunofluorescence Assay of Monoclonal Antibodies TQ1 and (CD19) on Peripheral Blood Cells in Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia. Blood 66: 181, 1985.
* Patrick, C.W., Libnoch, J.A., Baumann, M.A. and Keller, R.H.: Alterations of Myeloid Surface Receptors recognized by the Monoclonal Antibody MY 9 (CD33) in the Peripheral Blood May Serve to Identify Those Myelodysplastic Patients at Increased Risk for Leukemic Conversion. Blood 66:226, 1985.
Keller, R.H., Milson, T.J., McFadden, P.W. and Patrick, C.W.: In Vitro Augmentation of Immunologic Responsiveness in Patients with AIDS and ARC Using Isoprinosine. Blood 66:113, 1985.
Keller, R.H., Patrick, L.C. and Patrick, C.W.: Isoprinosine Augments In \ Vitro Immunoglobulin Synthesis in Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia. Blood 66:202, 1985.
* Keller, R.H., Patrick, L.C. and Patrick, C.W.: Isoprinosine Augments In Vitro Immunoglobulin Synthesis in Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia (B-CLL). International Symposium on Recent Approaches to Chronic Lymphoproliferative Disease, Prague, Czechoslovakia, September 1985.
* Keller, R.H., Milson, T.J. and Patrick, C.W.: The Relationship of Larger Lymphoid Elements, Clonally Restricted DNA Cell Cycle Analysis and Rai Staging in Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia (B-CLL). International Symposium on Recent Approaches to Chronic Lymphoproliferative Disease, Prague, Czechoslovakia, September 1985.
* Patrick, C.W., Libnoch, J.A. and Keller, R.H.: Immunophenotypic Dissection Of Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia. International Symposium on Recent Approaches to Chronic Lymphoproliferative Disease, Prague, Czechoslovakia, September 1985.
* Keller, R.H., Libnoch, J.A., Patrick, L.C. and Patrick, C.W.: In Vitro Improvement of Cellular and Humoral Immune Response by Isoprinosine in B-CLL. XXI Congress of the International Society of Haematology, Sydney, Australia, May 1986.
* Patrick, C.W., Libnoch, J.A. and Keller, R.H.: Prolymphocytic Leukemia of B Cells is a Distinct Biologic Stage in B Cell Maturation. XXI Congress of The International Society of Haematology, Sydney, Australia, May 1986.
* Patrick, C.W., Libnoch, J.A. and Keller, R.H.: Sequential Changes in the Expression of Lymphoid Surface Membrane Receptors in Chronic B Cell Lymphoproliferative Disease. XXI Congress of the International Society of Haematology, Sydney, Australia, May 1986.
* Patrick, C.W., Libnoch, J.A. and Keller, R.H.: Clinical Utility of Dual Immunofluorescence Assay of Monoclonal Antibodies TQ1 and B4 (CD19) on Circulating B Cells in Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia (B-CLL). Sixth International Congress of Immunology, Toronto, Canada, July 1986.
* Keller, R.H., Milson, T.J., Ellingboe, K.M. and Patrick, C.W.: Sequential Clinical, Immunoregulatory, Phenotypic and Functional Changes in Patients with AIDS and ARC treated with Isoprinosine. XXI Congress of the International Society of Haematology, Sydney, Australia, May 1986.
* Keller, R.H., Milson, T.J., Ellingboe, K.M. and Patrick, C.W.: Sequential Clinical, Immunoregulatory, Phenotypic and Functional Changes in Patients with AIDS and ARC treated with Isoprinosine. International Conference on the Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome, Paris, France, June 1986.
* Keller, R.H., Libnoch, J.A. and Patrick, C.W.: T Cell Alterations in B-CLL: Sequential Changes in CD4 and CD8 Bearing Cells and in T Cell Immunoregulation. UCLA Symposium on Molecular and Cell Biology, Silverado, California, December 1986.
* Patrick, C.W., Libnoch, J.A., Kallas, G.A. and Keller, R.H.: Sequential Immunophenotypic Studies in Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia. UCLA Symposium on Molecular and Cell Biology, Silverado, California, December 1986.
* Reiter, W.M., Berger, D.S., Vorce, S., Cimoch, P.J., Vargas, A. and Keller, R.H.: Combination Zidovudine and Didanosine Therapy for Patients Remaining Persistently HIV P24 Antigen-Positive Despite Zidovudine Monotherapy. VIII International AIDS Conference, Amsterdam, Netherlands, 1992.
* Reiter, W.M., Keller, R.H., Cimoch, P.J. and Forgione, A.: A Rapid Quantitative Flow Cytometry Assay to Evaluate CD4 + - Lymphocyte Activation Potential in Patients with HIV-1 Infection. VIII International AIDS Conference, Amsterdam, Netherlands, 1992.
* Cimoch, P.J., Reiter, W.M., Vorce, D., Cassarella, S.K., Thompson, B. and Keller, R.H.: The Occurrence of Cytomegalovirus (CMV) Viruria in Late- Stage HIV-1 Infection and its Association with CMV Organ Involvement. VIII International AIDS Conference, Amsterdam, Netherlands, 1992.
* Reiter, W.M., Beach, R.S., Vorce, D., Cimoch, P.J., Vargas, A., Thompson, B. and Keller, R.H.: Longitudinal Analysis the Effect of Anti-retroviral Monotherapy on CD4+ Lymphocyte Percentage. VIII International AIDS Conference, Amsterdam, Netherlands, 1992.
* Keller, R.H., Van Reil, F., Maislis, J., Lane, J.T., Reiter, W.M., Klimas, N.G. and Fletcher, M.A.: Correlation of DR4 and DQ1 with Immunologic Defects in the Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. First International Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Research Conference, Albany, New York, October 1992.
* Keller, R.H., Reiter, W.M., Lane, J.T., Klimas, N.G., Vargas, A. and Maislis, J.A.: Treatment of Late-Stage AIDS Patients with Combined Monthly Anti-HIV Hyperimmunoglobulins and Haplotype-matched Peripheral Blood Lymphocytes. XI International Conference on AIDS, Berlin, 1993.
Reiter, W.M., Cimoch, P.J., Vorce, D.E., Keller, R.H., Berger, D. and Ping, A.:Eighteen Month Longitudinal Analysis of the Effect of Zidovine MonotherapyCompared to Combination Antiretroviral Therapy on HIV1 Disease Progression. IX International Conference on AIDS, Berlin 1993.
* Reiter, W.M., Vorce, D.E., Cimoch, P.J., Keller, R.H., Berger, D.S., and Ping, A.C.: Cytotoxic CD8+ Lymphocyte Response to HIV-1 Infection Correlated with Longitudinal Analysis of CD4+ Lymphocyte Percentage. IX International Conference on AIDS, Berlin, 1993
Berger, D.S., Reiter, W.M., Vorce, D.E., Cimoch, P.J., Keller, R.H. and Ping, A.C.: Prevalence of Red Blood Cell Magnesium Deficiency in HIV-1 Infected Patients and its Association with Fatigue and Myalgia. IX International Conference on AIDS, Berlin, 1993.
Reiter, W.M., Tomaka, F., Keller, R.H., Cimoch, P.J., Vargas, A. and Vorce, D.E.: Unrecognized Moderate to Advanced Immunodeficiency in "HIV-Aware" Asymptomatic, Untreated Person with HIV-1 Infection. IX International Conference on AIDS, Berlin, 1993.
* Gomatos, P.J., Keller, R.H., Reiter, W.M., Lane, J.T., Cimoch, P.J., Vorce, D.E., Gianetti, B.L. and Uribe, M.R.: Haplotype-Matched Peripheral Blood Mononuclear Cell (PBMC) Transfusions in Patients with Late-Stage AIDS. X International Conference on AIDS, Yokohama, Japan, 1994.
* Cimoch, P.J., Loss, S.D., Houghton, R.A., Reiter, W.M., Keller, R.H., Vorce, D.E., Nemecheck, P.M., Berger, D.S. and Tomaka, F.L.: Antibody Response to Pneumococcal Vaccination in HIV-1 Infected Patients. X International Conference on AIDS, Yokohama, Japan, 1994.
* Tomaka, F.L., Cimoch, P.J., Reiter, W.M., Keller, R.H., Berger, D.S., Piperato, J.R., Nemecheck, P.M., Loss, S.D. and Houghton, R.A.: Prevalence of Nutritional Deficiencies in Patients with HIV-1 Infection. X International Conference on AIDS, Yokohama, Japan, 1994.
* Keller, R.H., Helder, L.M., Piperato, J.P., Klimas, N.G., Reiter, W.M., Fletcher, M.A., Vorce, D.E. and Pittibone, H.: Symptomatic Improvement Associated with Down Regulation of Immune Hyper Reactivity by Calcium Channel Blockade in CFIDs. American Association for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Research Conference, Ft Lauderdale, Florida, 1994.
* Keller, R.H., Nolan, R.P. and Patrick, L.C.: Natural Human Interferon ( (Alpha Leukoferon) Therapy in a Cohort of Hemophiliacs Co-infected with . HIV and Hepatitis C. Fourth Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections,Washington, DC, 1997.
* Patrick, C.W. and Keller, R.H.: Patient Screening for Myelodysplasia in Long- Term HIV+ Individuals. Conference on Clinical Laboratory Testing in HIV, Atlanta, GA, 1998.
* Patrick, C.W., DeLeon, M., A. Leon, and Keller, R.H.: Measurement of Glutathione (GSH) as Indicator of Immune Status. Conference on Clinical Laboratory Testing in HIV, Atlanta, GA 1998.
** Kushch, A. and Keller, R.H.: Neuropsychological Correlates of Adjunct Therapy with a Nutritional/Vitamin Supplement in a Medical Patient Sample. National Academy of Neuropsychology, ** Orlando, FL, November 2000.
Keller, R.H.:PBS 119 Abstract "Clinical Results of PBS 119 in Eight Patients for Two Years" Submitted to the 12th Conference on Retroviruses & Opportunistic Infections (CROI), 2005
Keller, R.H.: PBS 119 Abstract "In Vitro Analysis of PBS 119 Against HIV Viral Activity in Lab Adapted and HAART Resistant Strains of HIV" Submitted to the 12th Conference on Retroviruses & Opportunistic Infections (CROI), 2005
* Keller, R.H, Miller D Glutathione and DHA deficiency in HIV/AIDS : Correction with Immune Vitality 16th International AIDS congress Toronto Canada 8/2006
* Keller, R.H And Nyugen V. : PBS 119 A Novel Host - Viral Interaction inhibitor 16th International AIDS Congress Toronto Canada 8/2006